Détails du Produit
L95716
Online
$354 per supplement (3-5 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Online version of 2 volume looseleaf, supplemented book
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2004-10-01
Canada Law Book

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Sentencing Drug Offenders (ProView online only)
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Description

National in scope, this looseleaf helps you to easily analyze relevant jurisprudence and take an informed position in preparation for sentencing. This handy resource offers detailed chapters on 20 different drugs with particular emphasis on the most commonly used substances – heroin, cocaine and cannabis – as well as:

  • An explanation of the offences, schedules and penalties under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA)
  • A discussion of the purpose, objectives and principles of sentencing under the CDSA and Criminal Code
  • A review of the aggravating and mitigating factors in sentencing offenders convicted of drug offences

This service helps you to determine the range of sentence for a particular offence and keeps you up to date with the latest developments in the law.

Also available as an eLooseleaf on ProView with an integrated search option for WestlawNext Canada subscribers.  See all available titles

À propos de l'auteur
Adam Steven Boni is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School who was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995. He has extensive experience in the prosecution and defense of complex CDSA and Criminal Code cases. He has written and spoken on a host of criminal law topics at legal conferences hosted by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Criminal Lawyers' Association and the Advocates' Society. He has also lectured at a number of police education programs on a variety of training issues.
Andrew M.C. Sabbadini is Crown Counsel with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. Formally a senior Crown Attorney with the Federal Prosecution Service, Mr. Sabbadini has appeared as both Crown counsel and defence lawyer on hundreds of drug-related trials and appeals, as well as numerous other criminal and quasi-criminal matters. Called to the Bar in 1994, Mr. Sabbadini studied law at the University of Toronto where he received a J.D. He has a B.A. from the University of Manitoba. Mr. Sabbadini has assisted in the preparation of other law texts and has taught as an advocacy training-instructor.